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Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre​

33 Victoria Street North (in the town of Saugeen Shores)
Southampton, ON Canada N0H 2L0

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An Evening with Dr. Brian Goldman

Home | Events & Programs | An Evening with Dr. Brian Goldman

October 24, 2024 

7:00 pm

Early Bird Tickets on Sale Now!

An Evening with Dr. Brian Goldman

Thursday, October 24 , 2024 | 7:00 PM

UNIFOR Family Education Centre, Port Elgin, ON

 

Known for his fearlessness in addressing controversial medical issues, Dr. Goldman offers us a filter-free and comprehensive look inside the complexities of the medical world. Sharing stories from his adrenaline pumping days as an emergency room physician, Dr. Brian Goldman will bring to life his national bestselling books The Night Shift and The Power of Kindness.

 

Early Bird tickets are on sale NOW for $65 until August 31st, 2024! Grab yours online below or call us at 519-797-2080 to purchase.

 

Dr Goldman’s books The Night Shift & The Power of Kindness are both available NOW for purchase at BCM&CC Gift Shop!

 

The event will also feature a book signing for participants to take part in following the presentation.

About Dr. Brian Goldman

Dr. Goldman is one of those rare individuals with great success in not one but several adrenaline-pumping careers. He is a highly regarded emergency physician, host of CBC’s award-winning radio show “White Coat, Black Art” and host of the CBC podcast “The Dose” on current events in healthcare.

 

His inspiring yet bracingly honest TEDx talk about medical errors—which has been viewed on online almost one million times—has cemented his reputation as one of his generation’s keenest observers of the culture of modern medicine.

 

A bestselling author of the book The Night Shift: Real Life in the ER, Dr. Goldman takes readers through giddying heights and crashing lows as he works through a typical night shift in one of Canada’s busiest ERs. His second book The Secret Language of Doctors is a biting look at medical slang, and what it reveals of what the doctor really thinks about your mother’s obesity, your grandfather’s dementia or her colleague’s competence.

 

And, he’s not afraid to take a hard look at himself. In his book – The Power of Kindness: Why Empathy is Essential in Everyday Life – Goldman searches for his own capacity for caring around the world, through his own brain circuitry and inside his heart.

*Please note that by purchasing your ticket(s) to the event, your name will automatically be added to the guest list for entry. Physical tickets are not required.

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Supported by Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) and UNIFOR Family Education Centre

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